Austin is an increasingly a bike-centric city. Whether you combine your biking with a ride on the bus or train, use our ever increasing bike lanes, or manage to get on some of those lovely hike and bike trails the city maintains, there is no doubt about it – people want to get out there and ride their bikes.
But what if you’re a kid, just starting out? What is the best way to stay safe? Well, we are positive that the best way to start is to attend the Bike Rodeo program at the Ruiz Branch Library! Load up the kids’ bikes and head on over to participate in a bicycle obstacle course, protect their noggins by having their helmets properly fitted, and learn the ABCs of bicycle safety from the Austin Police department. We even have a special surprise for the adults…free bike lights!
We hope you will join us for this fun and educational event.
Thursday, May 2 4-6 p.m.
Ruiz Branch Library
1600 Grove Blvd